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Long-Range Transportation Plan - Working Together 


MoDOT understands it cannot independently determine the future of the state's transportation system. Transportation infrastructure is an important part of the state's well-being and it is affected by decisions made in the public and private sectors.MoDOT recognizes it must work with other state and federal agencies, metropolitan planning organizations, regional planning commissions, local organizations, businesses and communities to address issues and identify unforeseen circumstances and opportunities that might affect the transportation decision-making process.

With all planning organizations, needs identification and project prioritization processes will continue to be developed cooperatively.These processes will be based on the previously identified transportation investment goals and other important considerations.

Separate needs identification and project prioritization processes for the state highway and bridge system will be developed for maintenance and operations, rehabilitation and reconstruction and major project activities. These processes will be developed in coordination with MoDOT's transportation partners and used to add projects to future Statewide Transportation Improvement Programs.

Federal and state laws establish different working relationships between MoDOT and various public entities.

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